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[movies]Comdex 1988
Complete coverage of the country's largest computer trade show, from Las Vegas.Guests: Jeong Hun Lee, KCIHenry Herrera, Glorious Union; Timothy Rowe, Globalink; Billy Anders, Soricon; Allen Frazier, D-P Tek; Lawrence Martin, Comp IntegrProducts/Demos: IBM Microchannel PCKCI SL-250 Microchannel PCIntel Digital Video Interactive; Sony Rewritable Optical Drive; Gammafax CP Modem; Calera Truescan; Dauphin 386sx Laptop; Wysiwig Universal Word; Globalink Translation Processor; Syzygy Project Manager; ...
Keywords: Episode year: 1988
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[movies]Bus Wars
The battle over a standard for moving information in and out of a computer and inside a computer including a look at EISA, Nubus, AT, PC, ISA, and MCA.Guests: Bob Kutnick, AST Research; Richard Archuleta, HPChet Heath, IBMMichael Hoyle, Wells American; Winn Rosch, PC Magazine; Steve Beals, Infomax; Mark Orr, AppleProducts/Demos: AST Premium/286IBM PS/2 Model 60ZCompu; Star Convertible Bus PCApple Nubus
Keywords: Episode year: 1988
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[movies]Consumer Buyers Guide 1988
A consumer's guide to cool holiday gifts for computer enthusiasts and gadget lovers.Guests: Gary Kildall, DRIPaul Schindler, CMPJan Lewis, Lewis Research; Wendy Woods, NewsbytesProducts/Demos: Inboard 386 PCNorton Utilities Adv Edition; OPTune; JT Fax Portable; Microtype Keyboard; King's Quest IVMacintosh IIAmanda Stories; Hyper; Animator; Shufflepuck; NEC Ultralite
Keywords: Episode year: 1988
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[movies]Computer Games
A look at early computer games. Featured are Earl Weaver Baseball, Ferrari Formula One, Tower of Myraglen, and Shanghai. Includes a visit to Electronic Arts customer support department and an interview with author and game designer Douglas Adams. Featured studio guests include game designers Richard Seaborne, Jeff Lefferts, and Brodie Lockard. Originally broadcast in 1988.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1988; Television Programs; Computers: History; Gaming
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[movies]Computer Bowl I - Part Two
The conclustion of the first ever Computer Bowl, featuring teams from the Route 128 area in Boston and the Silicon Valley area of San Francisco, to see which side knows more about computer trivia. Contestants included Bill Joy, Mitch Kapor, Esther Dyson, and David Bunnell. The questioner was William Hearst III. The event took place in Boston. Originally broadcast in 1988.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1988; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; Bill Gates
Downloads: 1,333
[movies]Computer Bowl I - Part One
The first ever annual Computer Bowl featuring teams from the Route 128 area in Boston and the Silicon Valley area of San Francisco to see which side knows more about computer trivia. Contestants included Bill Joy, Mitch Kapor, Esther Dyson, and David Bunnell. The questioner was William Hearst III. The event took place in Boston. Originally broadcast in 1988.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1988; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; Bill Gates
Downloads: 2,263
[movies]Add-on Boards
In the early days of PCs, you had to know how to open up the box and add the functionality you really wanted when you bought the computer. This program looks at some of the upgrade options including AST's Rampage 286 board, Paradise Systems' VGA Plus Graphics card, IBM's Inboard/386, and Quadram's JT Fax board, and the TV Producer board for the Macintosh II. Originally broadcast in 1988.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1988; Television Programs; Computers: History; graphics cards; fax cards; add-on boards
Downloads: 7,291
[movies]Amiga 3000
For fans of the Commodore Amiga, the introduction of the new Amiga 3000 was big news, even though the price tag was nearly $4,000. This program looked at the new Amiga computer and new third party appplications. Demonstrations include the Amiga 3000, the Amiga 2500, the AmigaVision authoring system, The Animation Studio, and the Video Toaster from NewTek. Also includes a visit to FAUG, the First Amiga Users Group, in Palo Alto...
Keywords: Episode Year: 1988; Television Programs; Computers: History; amiga; commodore; video toaster
Downloads: 27,097 4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars(4 reviews)
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